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To celebrate National Cleavage Day Lissome Lingerie has created three steps towards perfecting your cleavage in time for Wednesday.
Diay, as she is fondly called by her compatriots, was a lissome athlete and a champion sprinter in the middle 80s.
Instead, Bond's lissome lover this time is fresh faced Agent Fields (Gemma Arterton), an MI6 agent who is tasked with sending Bond home.
Martin requests Duro's help in finding Duro's former co-star, Desa (lissome looker Nada Sargin).
If, like many a Turner Classics-addicted American, your concept of Paris is informed by a lissome Audrey Hepburn dancing pondside amid a collection of doves and swans, you have a kindred spirit in Trinity Repertory Company's artistic director, Curt Columbus.
Philadelphia's Zane Booker--elegant, lissome dancer/choreographer--is tackling the beast head-on.
Allowing those lissome limbs to go lumpy would be a tragedy.
On his first album (El Danzon de Moises, Tzadik TZ 7158 [2002], CD), he laid out his musical manifesto: there is a vibrant Jewish musical culture in Cuba (with which he became intimately acquainted as a performer in various Havana synagogues in the 1970s) and someone needed to document that culture's rich mix of plaintive, modal Eastern European melodies and snaky, lissome Latin rhythms.
Naturally, Furey's dark-eyed, lissome beauty reminds many people of her mother at age 20.
Distracted riders - or drivers - are a danger, and while there is little we can do about the proliferation of lissome young things patrolling our town centres on weekend evenings, perhaps our safety conscious law enforcers should have a long hard look at the whole question of hoardings - and not just the sexy ones.
Grrr, I growl to myself as my own lissome gas-stingy vehicle is sideswiped by yet another monster spewing carbon monoxide and taking up way too many feet of curb space in my parking-challenged neighborhood.
But the real Will Allenby--a professor of physics at the college where he and, Rebecca were once students--is not quite the lissome lad with golden corkscrew curls she remembers, but a stodgy, skinny old man who cooks a double batch chili every Sunday, which he divides into seven containers and eats every night for the next week.